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Human Capital, Inter-firm Mobility and Organizational Evolution
Pennings and Wezel offer an analysis of how the social organization of talent and the mobility of that talent influence entrepreneurial activity, organizational innovations and the demise of organizations.
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'A pioneering and innovative analysis of how the social organization of talent and the mobility of talent shape entrepreneurial activity, the spread of organizational innovations, the incidence of mergers and acquisitions and the demise of organizations. A must read for students of organizations, strategy and human resource management.'- Hayagreeva Rao, Stanford University, US'In this book, Pennings and Wezel address a neglected topic in organizational theory: the links between individual behaviors and organizational outcomes. Their study of the Dutch accounting industry demonstrates how individual careers affect organizational founding, competitiveness, and survival, and provides rich insights on the role of human capital in professional partnerships. It offers a new perspective backed by solid reasoning and evidence.'- Henrich R. Greve, Norwegian School of Management, Norway